Rutting Buck Sounds Deer Hunters Should Know How to Produce

By Brodie SwisherNovember 13, 2020

Most deer hunters are aware of the basic deer calls that are part of the whitetail world. The big 3 – grunt, rattle, bleat – come to mind when we’re talking about the basics. 

But just like with our own  voices, varying intensity levels can speak volumes and send quite a different message. That’s why it’s important for deer hunters to know how to add realism to their calling routine. 

Do you know how to produce the sounds of a rutting buck?

The video below shares a plethora of rutting buck sounds deer hunters should know how to  produce. 

You’ll hear grunts, groans, growls, snort-wheezes, and all the crashing and thrashing that comes with an intense encounter with a rutting buck. 

Check it out below…

As you can hear and see, there’s a lot more that needs to be put into our calling routine than a basic toot on the grunt call if we want to sound  like the real thing. 

Watch this video over and over until you’ve learned to produce the sounds displayed here. 

Calling deer requires us to paint a picture in the mind of the buck we are attempting to bring our way. Consider what it is that you’re trying to tell the buck you’re after. 

The sounds you produce can either make or break your hunt. Learn to call with more realism and you’ll bring more bucks past your stand this season. 

What about you? What are some of the craziest sounds you’ve heard while in the deer woods? 

Comment below and let us know. 

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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